This Day in History September 25, 1890

By Ruth on September 25, 2013 in American history, history

IMGP7856 Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

I have never been to this national park, but of course, I know of it.  On this date in 1890, Sequoia National Park was established.  It included the areas of the Sierra Nevada mountains and around the San Joaquin Valley.  It was America’s second national park.

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  1. Christie Cottage September 25, 2013 Reply

    I was there as a 12 year old. Still remember it. Brought back some fond memories!

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      Ruth September 25, 2013 Reply

      I honestly read that comment wrong. At first I thought you meant you were there when it became a national park! LOL!

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